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thing. they are no more thoughtful than the rest of us let's ask an actual gatekeeper. michael steele joins us from washington as chairman of the republican national committee, he oversaw the changes and the rules of this year's delegation. >> call me crazy. how are you doing? >> i would never call you crazy. >> crazy like a fox, crazy like a fox. >> that's -- that's -- you can now make the case. have you the opportunity to make that case. here's what i would like you to describe to us. there were rule changes that were created in november, 2008. >> my understanding was that there was a feeling that -- on the republican side that john mccain sewed up the nomination too quickly. and actually the long contested primary on the democratic side which at the time everyone was worried about was actually the party's benefit and rules were changed with an eye towards moving the contest in that direction. is that the case? >> you just summed it up perfectly. exactly the analysis that came out of the 2008 primary. by this time in 2008, our nominee was decided and it was john mccain and for the n
the confederates are doing. steel no banks. where is banks? banks has decided not to come up with his men marching across south louisiana. he is dealing, as he inaugurates the new union governor, michael honda, who had been a union senator from louisiana. and he is just fastidious with all of this. these wonderful goings on trying to show that louisiana is going to be a fine union state. at the same time, 20,000 of his men are slogging across south louisiana. they go by rail from algiers across from new orleans, to what is today oregon city, by rail. and then they have to march through those south louisiana swamps, buckshot, black dirt gumbo. my grandmother used to call it grow taller but because it sticks to your shoes and you grow taller. they march all the way across to the little bitty town of washington. today it is st. landry parish. and then from there, they head north east to alexandria. it takes them a week to do it. it's miserable. it's raining. the roads are bottomless. and then in the muddy pig and banks has given to voters that they will not go into a city if they look bad. so they ha
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